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Present participle in different form Simple form Perfect form activedoingHaving done passiveBeing done Having been done
Present participle ---usage To describe a continuous action People are running out of a burning building For active statement The man giving the lecture is my uncle. To describe a feeling The programme was boring
Past participle Verbs ending in ed,en etc.
Past participle --usuage To describe a completed action The fire victim looked sadly upon their burnt houses. For passive statements The lecture given by my uncle caused much controversy. To describe someone’s feeling We were bored with the programme
The present participle also used as an adverb or part of an adverbial phrase When an action occurs while the another action is in progress She hurt her leg while playing tennis For two actions which happen at the same time He stood at the entrance of Sogo waiting for his girlfriend. When one action happens immediately after Hearing the crash, they rushed out to see what happened When an action is reported before another using its perfect form Having checked his e-mail, he started doing his homework
To express a reason for an action, event or situation Being unwell, Tony took a day off As Tony is unwell, he took a day off. Not knowing what to do, I ask for her advice. Since I did not know what to do, I ask for her advice. It being late, she decided not to call him back